Facebook Ads Manager App for Mobile

Facebook Ads Manager App for Mobile

This morning I opened the Facebook app on my iPhone to see that the ‘Facebook Ads Manager for Mobile’ app is now available. I checked another profile to see if this was a universal launch, but it appears to only be accessible on certain profiles so far. My Facebook profile is registered as an app developer, so it’s possible that the app is being rolled out to ‘developers’ first....
Who’s tweeting links to your website?

Who’s tweeting links to your website?

It’s always nice to see someone tweet a link to a blog post that you’ve written. It’s even nicer when you see that they’ve customised their message with some kind words. By keeping an eye on what they’re saying, you can often find some worthy people to network with – they’re often in a similar industry with similar opinions. Of course, there’s always the flip-side, in that you may...
5 Top Web Tools for Digital Media Professionals

5 Top Web Tools for Digital Media Professionals

Here’s a quick post that reveals some of the web tools that I use on a reasonably regular basis, all in the name of making the life of a Digital Media professional that much easier. Suggestion: don’t reveal these to your boss. Just wave your hand vaguely and blame your amazing skills on internet magic. downforeveryoneorjustme.com supportdetails.com Bitly (get stats on any Bitly link) IFTTT Pushbullet Or scroll through...
5 Advanced Features of Social Media Management Tools (and who has them)

5 Advanced Features of Social Media Management Tools (and who has them)

The regular readers of this blog (that’s you, Dave!) will know that I was going to write a full blog post for each of the ‘5 advanced features of Social Media Management tools’ in a series of 5 parts. After the first (on advanced post scheduling and optimisation), I’ve decided that this may work better as a single blog post. Perhaps with individual posts to follow later. Always plan...
5 Next-Level Features of Social Media Management Tools (Part 1)

5 Next-Level Features of Social Media Management Tools (Part 1)

Social media platforms work hard to keep their users on their own sites and apps – even going to the extent of buying management platforms made by third parties and reducing their usability (e.g. Twitter buying Tweetdeck and then later removing it from mobile app stores). This allows them far more control over what their users see and, of course, allows them to display advertising to those users and...